7 Ways You Can Easily Increase Your Willpower - Barking Up The Wrong Tree
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The primary keystone habit is regular exercise. People who exercise habitually start changing other unrelated patterns in their lives, even unknowingly. They eat better, use their credit card less, are more productive at work and more patient.
Food journaling is another keystone habit. Just write down everything you eat, every day.
Willpower is limited. It is highest early in the day but decreases as we make more decisions. Most self-control failures happen at night.
Do the most important things first. As the day goes on it will only get harder to face big challenges.
Research shows we don’t use much willpower when something is a habit.
Build new habits by manipulating your environment so as to make what you should do easy and what you shouldn’t do hard. Remove the cookies from eyesight and put your running shoes next to the bed.
Willpower is like a muscle. When you overuse it, it gets tired. But exercising it over time will make it stronger.
You want to rely on habits and exercise willpower steadily.
Improving willpower is as easy as eating and getting enough sleep.
Adults who routinely shortchange themselves on sleep have less self-control.
Postpone your temptation to gain discipline.
Tell yourself "not now, but later." It is more powerful than denying yourself something.
The reality is that you will give in to temptation. What is important is what you do after you fail.
Don't blame yourself. It reduces self-control. Showing self-compassion increases it.
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